Luiz Carlos Trabuco Shares Major Leadership Skills

A role model does not have to be in the same industry as you. However, it is important to walk with someone who will always guide you along your career path. Even though a role model must not be along your career path, it is highly advisable for you to pick someone who is ahead of you especially in business. That way, you will be in a position to identify with his or her achievements in many ways. For those who are in the industry of banking especially in Brazil, Luiz Carlos Trabuco is one individual who makes a perfect role model. Perhaps this is even one man who has categorically shaped his career around one major banking institution called Banco Bradesco.

Introducing Banco Bradesco

Banco Bradesco is one major leading financial services company in Brazil. Over the past years, this company has thrived in the leadership of its employees with the major team leader being Luiz Carlos Trabuco. Because he is well versed with the different roles he is meant to play in the institution, he has been on the front of advocating for better leadership structures within the organization. Other than that, Luiz Carlos Trabuco has vastly identified himself with the major leading institutions that are now competing against Banco Bradesco. With that said, he tries to implement strategies that will serve as an impediment for the success of other competitors.

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Wearing Different Leadership Titles

Luiz Trabuco Cappi hails from Brazil’s Sao Paulo. Aside from that, he grew up aspiring to be a business leader. Therefore, to achieve that, he joined the prestigious Sao Paulo University and focused on excelling in his education. Because he majored in philosophy, he aspired to work in a people’s industry where there would be a lot of human interaction alongside different business proposals.

Becoming the President

Joining Banco Bradesco was a life-changing decision that has now allowed Luiz Carlos Trabuco to enjoy different roles and titles as a revered entrepreneur in Brazil and one of the most influential people in the same country. Because of these roles, he has further been trusted to take up different leadership roles in different jurisdiction including recently when one of the longest-serving men resigned. His name is Lazaro de Mello, and he served the bank for over three decades. Following his long-term service, he found it necessary to resign in late October 2017. While it was vital for him to step down, he also made sure that the mantel would be held by a revolutionary leader, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi. However, Carlos was to retain the title for some time.

The Leadership Roles

Of course, while he held the position, he was trusted to deliver excellent results, and he did that. For instance, he oversaw the implementation of pension reforms policies and worked towards involving the government to be part of it. Furthermore, he initiated a healthy relationship between employees and clients. So, even though it was time for him to allow the board of directors to select a new leader, Carlos Trabuco Cappi had made a name for himself as a temporary president. As he welcomes Octavio de Junior to the docket, he is confident that his legacy in the short period will be upheld by many.

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Igor Cornelsen and the Brazil-Economy

Brazil’s economy has experienced dark days but is now healing and coming back to life. This is not the first time it is happening as it is common for the country to experience these fluctuations in the finance sector. This creates the best time to invest your money in a country’s economy. One big name in the investment industry is Igor Cornelsen. In the previous years, Igor has had success in investment especially when it comes to Brazil’s economy. Cornelius uses his skills to predict the exact right time and the right amount to invest in an economy.

Igor offers some of these skills to all those people who are new in investing especially when it comes to foreign financing. According to this successful investor, if you’re new in foreign investment, you should be very careful and should consider certain issues. For starters, you should have a clear idea of what you expect to get from investing your money. When it comes to investing in Brazil’s economy, you should consider some sensitive issues. Igor explains these issues and adds guidelines which may be of great help to a new foreign investor.

  1. Familiarise yourself with the currency controls and restrictions

Investors can often undergo losses just as a result of lack of knowledge about the currency controls and restrictions of a country. These controls are common in Brazil especially when it comes to foreigners exchanging currencies. For instance, if you are a foreigner in Brazil hoping to exchange currency, you can only do this in in an authorized bank. One thing that smart investors use to their advantage is the fact that the exchange rates are determined by the type of transaction. Igor Cornelius however, says it is best to research the currency laws before investing.

  1. Connect with the natives businesswise

Brazil has a huge population of businesspersons and entrepreneurs. These people operate their business by interacting and socializing with each other on a business level. In fact, Cornelsen believes that socializing is a culture in the business industry of Brazil. For this reason, it should be an easy thing to network and connect with the local businesspersons and entrepreneurs in Brazil’s market.

III. Prepare Efficiently for the Red Tape

Business activities, with which nature, are prone to restrictions by the government. This does not leave foreign investment out of the picture. The government of Brazil puts in a lot of regulations especially towards foreign investors to protect its fragile growing market. The red tape blocks a lot of investors before they even get into the business. The best way to prepare yourself is by researching the regulations before putting your money into investment.

Cornelsen is very passionate about guiding investors on the right path. This has led him to open an investment firm that has an aim of guiding investors. This firm gives new and old investors tips on how to invest especially when it comes to Brazil. Most of the investors are confident to say that Igor’s techniques work well and are reliable.

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Luiz Carlos Trabuco Appointed as the New President of Bank Bradesco Till March 2018

On Tuesday 10th, 2017 at 10 PM, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi announced the resignation of Lazaro de Mello Brandao as the serving chairman of Bradesco. Brandao served the bank as the chairman for more than 25 years. In as much as he will be resigning as the bank’s chairman, Brandao will take charge of other Bradesco’s holding companies. Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi was assigned as the new chairman of Bradesco till March 2018 when the new CEO will be elected when a shareholders meeting will take place. According to Trabuco, him being assigned the position of the president seemed to be an idea from the former president.

Trabuco confirmed that the next president of the bank would be chosen from the executives of the company and not the current presidents available. This tradition is said to be Brand’s pool of talent that can determine the future of the bank. Some of the executives who will be among those the president of the company will be chosen from include the following:

  • Mauricio Machado de Minas: He has been working in the company since 2009 and takes charge of the bank’s IT department. Also, he is the one behind Bradesco’s digital bank spinoff.
  • Alexandre da Silva Gluher: He is the bank’s chief risk officer. He joined Bradesco in 1976 and become one of the people who were masterminds behind the HSBC Holdings acquisition.
  • Domingos Figueiredo: He joined Bradesco in 1981, and he was given the responsibility of the bank’s lending and treasury departments.
  • Josue Augusto Pancini: He has been working in the bank since 1975 where he took charge of the bank’s high-income segment and Bradesco‘s branch network.
  • Marcelo de Araujo Noronha: He is in charge of the bank’s investment and corporate banking, card operation and Bradesco BBI. He joined the banked in 2003.
  • Octavio de Lazari: He has worked in the bank since 1978.He was recently appointed to take charge of the lender’s insurance unit and has resulted in a 1/3 growth of the bank.
  • Andre Rodrigues Cano: He is the leader of the human resource department where he was appointed December 2016. He has also been working in the bank since 1977.

In 2016, there was a change of rules that made Luiz Carlos Trabucco continue serving as the CEO of Bradesco. Previously, the law was that CEO was to exit at the age of 65, but this was later extended to 67 years for the integration process of the HSBC which was acquired by the bank to be maintained. Also, his extension was to give him time to choose his successor by early next year. According to Luiz CarlosTrabuco Cappi, the next president would have to identify ways of encountering challenges that might come regarding the literacy levels of their clients. The president will have to ensure most of its illiterate customers become literate to make it easier for them to do more transactions digitally.

About Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi

Trabuco was born in Marilia SP, on 6th, October 1951.He graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences, and Letters of Sao Paulo. Later on, he had a post-graduation from the School of Sociology and Politics Foundation of Sao Paulo. In the year 1969, Trabucco began his career as a banker in Banco Bradesco. He has been serving in different positions of the Bradesco bank and other companies until 2009 when he was elected as the CEO of the Bradesco Bank. Due to his high performance in the company, Trabucco was nominated as the company’s President until when another president will be elected. His achievements have been acknowledged thus given him more opportunities to continue serving the bank. Know more: http://www.infomoney.com.br/assuntos/luiz-carlos-trabuco-cappi

 

As Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi Heads To The Boardroom, Lazaro Brandao Departs For Good

Bradesco, one of the largest banking institutions in all of Latin America, has recently announced that big changes are coming to its upper management.

For starters, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi, the current CEO of the firm, will be leaving his current post to take up the chairmanship of the board of directors. He will be replacing the longstanding chairman of the group, Lazaro Brandao, who has occupied that post continuously for the last 27 years.

Although the changes have caused some consternation among stakeholders, most experts agree that there are unlikely to be significant changes going forward. Both Brandao and Trabuco Cappi have commented extensively on the fact that they share a strategic vision, both for their bank and for the country of Brazil as a whole. And both men have long been staunch advocates of aggressive growth and the adoption and continued innovation of technological solutions to add value to their customers interactions with the bank.

Read more: Bradesco to choose board member as new president, says Trabuco

Who will replace Trabuco Cappi as CEO?

Another aspect of the changes is that Trabuco Cappi will need to appoint his own successor as CEO of the firm. Most observers believe that the new CEO will be primarily tasked with quotidian managerial activities, as the broad strategic path down which Bradesco is treading was set many years ago. But it still matters who Trabuco Cappi picks, as they will be in control of the day-to-day operations for as many as ten years or longer.

At first, it was widely speculated that Trabuco Cappi may go outside the firm’s ranks to recruit the next CEO. This idea was bolstered by the fact that Trabuco Cappi himself is known to be a staunch advocate of meritocratic-based promotion. He is even personally responsible for the founding of a school for executives, which was designed to create broader pool of talent from which Bradesco and many other Brazilian companies could begin to recruit executives.

But Trabuco Cappi put these ideas to rest. He came out explicitly stating that he would not be departing from the firm’s longstanding tradition of promoting future CEOs from within its own ranks. This leaves a total of just seven candidates from which the new CEO can be selected. However, those close to the process believe that Trabuco Cappi is really only eyes a pair of prospective candidates.

The first is Alexandre Gluher, the 58 year old chief risk officer for the firm. Gluher has spent nearly his entire career with the bank. He was responsible for overseeing the valuation and risk assessment of all of the HSBC Brazil assets, which were acquired, in full, in 2015. He was also instrumental in mitigating the substantial risks that the bank needed to navigate throughout the tumultuous years of the early 2010s.

Gluher has the clear edge in terms of seniority and credentials. But many are speculating that the real favorite to become the next Bradesco CEO is the 57 year old chief technology officer named Maurcio Minas. Minas has been with the firm for far less time than many of the other candidates, especially Gluher. But he has also been instrumental in a number of projects over the last five years, all of which have significantly contributed to the bank’s current standing and profitability.

Minas was the chief architect in the development of the Next online banking platform. This system ultimately proved to be so successful that it was eventually spun off into its own company.

He was also the man behind the integration of all of HSBC Brazil’s assets into those of Bradesco, a huge project that went off without a hitch.

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